Oglander Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles


British Isles


Europe - see blazon Oglander Coat of Arms / Family Crest 2

Blazon description

(Nunwell, Isle of Wight, also of Parnham, co. Dorset, bart., created 1665, extinct 1874). Az. a stork betw. three crosses crosslet fitchée or. Crest—A bear’s head couped or, the mouth embrued gu. Motto—Servare munia vitæ.

Same Arms. Crest—A boar’s head couped lying fesseways.

Ile de Wight – (Baronet, 12 déc. 1665) – D’azur à une cigogne au naturel acc de trois croix recroisettées au pied fiché d’or Cimier une tête et col d’ours d’or les lèvres ensanglantées Devise SERVARE MUNIA VITAE

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